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I am a political scientist at the Université de Montréal, where I read on comparative and international political economy. I am particularly interested in the politics of foreign direct investment and international taxation. I have also done some work on economic voting, monetary policy, and foreign aid.
I grew up in Bromont and wandered around for a few years before settling in Montréal to study at McGill and UdeM. I then left to pursue doctoral studies at the University of Michigan, where I learned from fantastic colleagues and mentors (same black shirt, different days).
- Assistant Professor of Political Science, Université de Montréal (2014-)
- Ph.D. Political Science, University of Michigan (2014)
- M.A. Political Science, McGill University (2009)
- B.Sc. Économie & Politique, Université de Montréal (2007)
- "The unintended consequences of bilateralism: treaty shopping and international tax policy." 2017. International Organization. (Vincent Arel-Bundock) Pre-print PDF / Gated PDF / Replication
- "Conditional Tax Competition in the American States." 2017. Journal of Public Policy. (Vincent Arel-Bundock and Srinivas Parinandi) Pre-print PDF
- "The political determinants of foreign direct investment: A firm-level analysis." 2017. International Interactions (Vincent Arel-Bundock) Pre-print PDF / Gated PDF / Replication
- "The limits of foreign aid diplomacy: How bureaucratic design shapes aid distribution". 2015. International Studies Quarterly. Volume 59, Issue 3, pp.544-556. (Vincent Arel-Bundock, James Atkinson & Rachel Augustine Potter) Pre-print PDF (includes appendix) / Gated PDF / Replication / Dataset: Independence of 89 U.S. government agencies.
- "Independent but not indifferent: Partisan bias in monetary policy at the Fed." 2013. Economics & Politics. Volume 25, Issue 1, pp.1-26. (William R. Clark & Vincent Arel-Bundock) Pre-print PDF / Gated PDF / Graph / Appendix / Replication.
- "The political sources of crisis situations." (2013) In Governance challenges and innovations: Financial and fiscal governance, Anheier, Helmut, Mark Hallerberg, Inge Kaul and Mark Kayser (eds.) Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp.115-139. (William R. Clark and Vincent Arel-Bundock)
Software and data
- countrycode is a package for R which can be used to convert country codes and country names. Links: Github, CRAN.
- WDI is a package for R which allows users to search and download thousands of panel data series from the World Bank's World Development Indicators. Links: Github, CRAN.
- Rdatasets is a collection of 1072 datasets that were originally distributed alongside the statistical software environment R and some of its add-on packages. The goal is to make these data more broadly accessible for teaching and statistical software development. Each dataset is distributed in comma-separated values format, with detailed html documentation. http://vincentarelbundock.github.com/Rdatasets
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